When you are disabled, you qualify for supplemental security income. That only applies to certain types of illnesses and diseases, however. In some cases, you may still receive the benefits if a medical evaluation occurs. This is because Social Security has decided that your sickness is medically equivalent to one of the illnesses on their list…. Read More
By Kenton Koszdin on July 19, 2021
By Kenton Koszdin on June 29, 2021
When injured due to your place of employment, you will file a workers’ compensation claim and attempt to heal. Unfortunately, however, it doesn’t cover everything.
By Kenton Koszdin on June 28, 2021
If you have obtained an injury at your workplace, you may be wondering if you are eligible for workers’ compensation. Under California law, there are specific steps that will need to be taken to get the help you need.
Supplemental Security Income is a program that will help provide you with monthly payments if you qualify. There are specific rules about who qualifies and who does not. In addition to that, you will find those eligible for SSI can often be eligible for additional services.
By Kenton Koszdin on May 18, 2021
If you are a ‘Temporary Worker’ and you experience a work-related illness or an injury that you received while on the job, you may wonder if you are eligible for workers’ comp. California Law has decided in the past decade that an employer with temporary workers must pay them compensation along with their regular workers to… Read More
By Kenton Koszdin on May 4, 2021
There are some significant ways discrimination still happens in the workplace, though they can be challenging to identify.
If you’re finding yourself overwhelmed at the prospect of going it alone if and when you need to file a workers’ compensation claim due to an injury or illness you suffered at work, you’re not alone!
One of the most important aspects of searching for information, especially questions regarding workers’ compensation or social security disability insurance (SSDI), is the website’s credibility in displaying the information you read.
When we think about workers’ compensation, we tend to discuss the topic as if it applies only to adults – or people over the age of 18. Many people don’t think of underage occupations as high-risk positions where a minor might find themselves injured on the job!
By Kenton Koszdin on March 1, 2021
Certain types of psychological impairments, or mental illness, can be considered qualifying conditions for SSDI benefits – but there are limitations. There are 5 important factors when it comes to whether your mental disorder could qualify you for receiving SSDI benefits